Michaela Crunkleton Wilson

Michaela is based in San Francisco and supports clients with quantitative and qualitative analytical insights, allowing them to make confident and strategic decisions that bring impactful outcomes.

Prior to joining Camber, Michaela worked on several projects at Stanford University to promote environmentally-friendly, socially-equitable, and economically-sound agricultural practices. As an Earth Systems Public Service Fellow, she worked with Stanford University and the University of Hawaii West Oahu to evaluate the effects of climate change on food security and social equity.

Michaela graduated from Stanford University with an MS in Sustainability Science and Practice, a BA in International Relations, and a minor in Modern Languages. She was also a two-time NCAA Division I All-American as a member of Stanford’s Varsity Track and Field team. Outside of work, Michaela is usually thinking about or engaged in some sort of food-related activity such as farming or cooking or eating.

Posts by Michaela Crunkleton Wilson

One State, Two Systems | Food Equity Event

California's Food System is one of the most integral in the United States and sets the tone for food systems throughout the country. As such, Camber Collective and the Educational Network for Global and Grassroots Exchange hosted a virtual event to make space for conversation and collaboration around creating a more equitable and resilient food system in the Bay Area. We invite you to view the full video, as our panelists brought so much meaning to this conversation in such a short amount of time.
By: Michaela Crunkleton Wilson